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Engineers, with which he remains a reservist. But he says he has never been entrusted with so much emotional value. ‘Any other boat is just that, something that can be replaced and replicated, but Collective Spirit will never be that. She will never be just another boat,’ said Major Barham, who lives in Gosport and is training to be a teacher. The boat is travelling along the South Coast making various ports of call before arriving in Weymouth to coincide with the London 2012 Olympic sailing events being staged there. She arrived in Portsmouth – her second port of call - accompanied by a flotilla of World War II vessels and Lord Mayor Frank Jonas was among the Gunwharf Quays crowds waiting to meet her. The Boat Project’s Collective Spirit is one of 12 Artist Taking the Lead Projects - the UK Arts Councils’ flagship project for the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad. It is also part of the London 2012 Festival, the spectacular 12-week nationwide celebration running from 21 June until 9 September 2012, bringing together leading artists from across the world with the very best from the UK. Collective Spirit will be kept as a public resource once the Cultural Olympiad is over – and Boat Captain Major Barham says when he steps off her at the end of this particular adventure, he can’t believe it will be for the last time. ‘It will be a parting but not a goodbye. She is so special, I will never be able to say goodbye and I hope, in some way, I will always continue to be associated with her.’

PGS Bloomsday Once again, as the sky begins to darken and thick black clouds cluster on the horizon, it’s time to announce the start of the annual hanging basket competition.

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riginally the brain child of biology teacher Jacqueline Tyldesley, and now in its fifth year, the hanging basket and tub competition is one of the most eagerly anticipated events in the school Summer calendar, as departments, staff members and houses clamour to have the most lushly decked basket, or exuberantly flowering receptacle. In the early years, there were strict rules governing the size of the tub or diameter of the basket, but after the Biology department challenged these petty dictates with their “Hanging Gardens of L Block” and subsequent, hotly debated, win of 2009, things have pretty much been a free-for-all, size and shape wise. This year, in keeping with the country’s patriotic fervour, the theme is Jubilee and Olympic Celebrations, so the quad is resplendent with red, white and blue, Union Jacks and sporting motifs. Each area creates its own subtle take on the theme and their displays often give a little flavour of the creators: the English Department blossoms rest on an old school desk, decoupaged with school photos, the beverage-loving Bursary has served theirs up in a giant tea cup, the über-competitive Administrative Department has a bronze, silver and gold medalwinning exhibit, while E Block, home of the Sports department, is decorated with a giant, shiny, horn of plenty! Naturally, since the displays were created, we have had scarcely an hour of sunshine and many of the blooms have had to show remarkable resilience against this year’s less-than-nurturing weather conditions. Nevertheless, the PGS gardeners toil on regardless, and each morning, before school, staff members can be seen to lovingly tweak, prune and water their efforts and they each dig for victory.

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ay un acuerdo casi universal de que los Juegos Olímpicos de Barcelona 1992 fueron unos de los más exitosos de la historia olímpica moderna. Por eso, cada país aspira a emular su éxito. Me parece que vale la pena detallar los factores clave que dieron a estos Juegos Olímpicos tanto éxito, con respecto a la organización y al desarrollo turístico para la ciudad. Las Olimpiadas del verano de 1992 dejó Barcelona en el centro de la escena mundial, pero también dio a esta ciudad histórica una nueva oportunidad de vida. Como ocurre con muchas ciudades que han recibido el honor de celebrar un evento tan prestigioso y monumental, el gobierno invirtió dinero para dar a los visitantes una buena impresión, y el número de estos visitantes aumentó dramáticamente. El turismo se disparó, y ha continuado desde entonces. Sin embargo, hubo más beneficios. Barcelona es la capital de Cataluña; uno de los diecisiete estados autónomos de España y los juegos le trajeron mucha publicidad y fama. Los juegos trajeron la cultura de Cataluña a los ojos de todo el mundo. Las ventajas más grandes no eran simplemente los beneficios financieros para la cuidad. De hecho, la gente dice que el beneficio más importante era la promoción y la globalización de una cultura nueva , en ese momento, todavía poco conocida. Antes de los Juegos, poca gente que visitaba España sabía que Cataluña era una parte tan distinta y única de España. Los Juegos Olímpicos cambiaron todas esas actitudes y Barcelona ahora es uno de los centros más importantes para el turismo en España. Barcelona había propuesto organizar los Juegos Olímpicos tres veces en el pasado sin éxito. Sin embargo, el Comité Olímpico dijo que sólo era justo que Barcelona pudiera organizar los JJ.OO ese año porque fue el Quinto Centenario del descubrimiento de América por Cristóbal Colón cuyo viaje fue subvencionado por los Reyes de España.. Un aspecto diferente de los Juegos Olímpicos de Barcelona es que las instalaciones que fueron construidas están en uso hoy en día. Es que no fueron destruidas después de la ceremonia de clausura. Muchos de los edificios olímpicos viejos ahora son instalaciones como gimnasios y piscinas. Además, ofrecen apartamentos de lujo para alquiler o comprar para los habitantes de la ciudad, los turistas y los hombres de negocios.

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or this reason, many countries wish to emulate Barcelona’s success. It is worth discussing the key factors that gave rise to such success from both the organisational and the tourist development angles. The 1992 summer Olympic Games put Barcelona on the world stage and gave the city a new lease of life. As is the case with many cities that are given the honour of hosting the Olympic Games, such a prestigious and monumental event, the government invested a huge amount of money in the city to give visitors a positive impression. Tourism then, and now, is forever on the up. However, there were more far-reaching benefits. Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, one of the 17 Autonomous Communities that make up modern Spain, and the Games brought to this region much sought-after publicity. The Games put Catalan culture in the world spotlight. The most important benefits were not simply financial. In fact, people view the most important advantage of having hosted the Games as that of having been able to promote the region’s culture globally – a culture not widely known at that time. Before the Games, few people that visited Spain knew the uniqueness and how different Catalonia was from the rest of Spain. The Olympic Games changed this and Barcelona has now become one of the most important cities for tourism in Spain. Barcelona had proposed hosting the Games three times prior to 1992. However, the OIC decided to award the Games to Barcelona to coincide with the 500th Anniversary of Christopher Columbus’ discovery of America in 1492, whose expeditions were sponsored by the Spanish Crown. One aspect of the Barcelona Games that was so different was that the facilities built for the Games were not removed after the Closing Ceremony. They are still used in their original state today. Many of the facilities are for sports, but the Olympic village apartments are lived in or rented out even now. Barcelona is now the fourth most visited city in Europe after London, Rome and Paris. The Barcelona population is proud of having had the chance to host the Modern Olympics. The people of Barcelona are rightly proud of being able to continue to reap the benefits of the Games some 20 years after the Olympics were held in the city.

Barcelona, ahora, es la cuarta cuidad más visitada de Europa, después de Londres, Roma y París. Los barceloneses están orgullosos de haber podido celebrar unos “olímpicos modernos”. Creo que es una fuente de orgullo porque la gente y el público de Barcelona pueden ver los beneficios de los que su propia ciudad puede disfrutar unos 20 años más tarde.

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Renowned wildlife and military artist Mandy Shepherd helped celebrate the installation of the striking new inter-active sculpture, a talented fusion of the creative and the scientific. The specially commissioned five metre tall work – officially named Celestial Microscope - was crafted by Petersfield-based Charlie Carter and his team at his Froxfield Green studios and now stands at the entrance to the Bristow-Clavell Science Centre.

To mark the opening of the new science centre, parents and OPs were invited to sponsor an element from the periodic table. Pupils in Year 9 were then set the challenge of presenting an element in a visually stimulating way within the constraints of a wooden box. The pupils were inspired by Joseph Cornell’s assemblages and used a variety of mixed media and found objects.

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Like many people of extraordinary talent, chagall was a domestic monster. His great subjects were birth, love and death, but it comes as no surprise to discover that he was an abysmal father, his notion of love was one-sided, and that he dodged the deathbeds of both his parents. chagall had been his mother’s first and favoured son: in adult life, he continued to claim the position of the privileged child around whom the household revolved. vitebsk, the small Jewish town into which he was born in 1887, was an unpromising starting-place for a painter, but it had one immense advantage: men were licensed to dream, while women took care of practicalities. chagall’s vision was unique, but dreaming was his birthright.

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However, it was not easy to be a Jew in tsarist Russia. Marc chagall was a driven man, even a desperate one. One symptom of this was social climbing. desperate to claw his way out of his culturally impoverished background, he formed intense relationships with people who had something to give him - whether knowledge or connections - wrung them dry and discarded them. His relationships with women were similarly aspirant. Like dH Lawrence, whom he resembles in several respects, he was attracted to women of higher class origins. His first wife, Bella

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Bella also marketed him. She worked out a version of émigré chic in which chagall could play the role of ‘the cunning little peasant’ (which disguised the extent to which it was true), while she deployed her own intelligence, charm, beauty, excellent cooking and deep knowledge of european culture to their joint ends. As well as stagemanaging him, Bella was also chagall’s principal critic: it was she who decided when a painting was finished. He could not manage without a wife. when Bella died, in 1944, ida found him substitutes, one who didn’t work out, then a second who was virtually Bella’s double. chagall the artist was an extremely fast worker with exceptional powers of assimilation and digestion. Raised in a tradition that rejected the depiction of the human body, he discovered drawing only when he was about 16. His first teacher was a realist painter of small-town life, and for all chagall’s modernism, he never rejected that, or vitebsk, although he left it for good in 1920. By the time he was 25, after a year in paris, he had digested the avant-garde and established his own style and the principal motifs of his art, a deeply personal, metaphoric treatment of his own response to life as a Hasidic Jew in vitebsk. But because his work is rooted in genre painting, there is a softness and sweetness to it - his is a modernism ‘lite’. He loathed fiddler on the Roof, but the fact that his painting could inspire a heartwarming Broadway musical says something about it.

art prove that you can take the boy out of the shtetl but not the shtetl out of the boy. His work in exile expressed a terrible nostalgia for the tiny, self-enclosed world which had, in fact, bored and alienated him. when ida fell pregnant at 18, his response was traditional; she was bullied into an abortion and marriage. His art was a visionary distortion of forms and colours: realism was uncongenial. Bella ensured that reality in a wider sense barely touched him. Anything he wrote was subject to expressive distortion and is wholly untrustworthy. His blindness to inconvenient facts is witnessed by his writing to yuri pen, his first teacher (trapped in the prison-house of Stalin’s Russia), expressing self-indulgent regret for his own exile - pen was promptly liquidated. chagall’s mind-boggling indifference to realworld events is similarly witnessed by the fact that the fall of france to the nazis failed to elicit any alarm in one of france’s most famous Jewish residents. As late as 1941, chagall blithely admitted that ‘by nature i am lazy about the slightest move’. with Bella sunk in depression, their daughter ida was the only family member capable of thinking straight. due to her selfless efforts, chagall was successfully spirited out of france, but his selfishness and moral weakness were subsequently brutally displayed when the international Rescue committee asked him to contribute a lithograph to a fund-raising venture. He refused, the only artist who did, though he was wealthy by then. chagall was completely focused on his own perceptions: the question is whether he really quite understood that anything else existed. Jane Stevenson

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St John’s College is part of the world-wide Lasallian community of schools established by the De La Salle Brothers, with a network of schools in over 80 countries. Lasallian schools are ecumenical and celebrate diversity. Being Lasallian is about living and teaching the Gospel, honouring the individual and building a community. We aim to follow the vision of John Baptist De La Salle in both our academic and our pastoral care.

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Our Strengths •Happy, motivated children •Academic success •High expectations •Strong Christian values •Small class sizes

“st John’s has helped my child grow and develop in all areas – and in complete cooperation with our parenting. I am constantly astounded with the wonderful things he has learnt” Mrs Warlow, parent

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ur Nursery looks after a maximum of 28 children each day between the hours of 8am and 5.30pm, 51 weeks a year. The Nursery is split into two age groups: the Rockets (2 - 3 years), and the Stars (3 - 4 years), each enjoying their own special learning and play areas. Learning in early childhood is the crucial foundation upon which a child builds. At St John’s each child is nurtured and encouraged to learn at their own pace and through a range of exciting learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom. Children love to play in our safe and secure areas, bright and spacious classrooms encourage enquiring minds and well qualified staff provide high levels of individual attention.

Our Strengths •Morning, afternoon and

full day sessions available

•Smooth transition into Reception

•Well qualified and caring staff •Use of whole school facilities •Family atmosphere •Outstanding pastoral care

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Client Tregonwell Academy Description New branding, website, prospectus, adverts, stationery, signage

Tregonwell Academy I Look and Feel Proposal colour palette

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TREGONWELL

and alternative education services

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and alternative education services

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Case Study

an electrician for been working as owned his own Martin Wilson had had sixteen of those in crisis unfolded 25 years and for as the financial business. However, having more and more business himself went 2008 he found cancelled, contractors problems; customersit became very difficult to secure was forced to close bankrupt, and finally bank. Mr Wilson a lot financing from his himself with no income and his his business, leavinghad been the main breadwinner, and of debts. Mr Wilson after their two young children to wife mainly looked part-time job was not enough her the money from and bills. cover their mortgage before, he been in this situation Mr Wilson had never for help from anyone and he ask had never had to approaching his Lodge Almoner. was anxious about that he really was in an uncertain confided in However, realising his Almoner and charities and situation he telephoned contacted the Masonic to cover him. The Almoner grant was approved an immediate emergency bill. This ensured that the mortgage the outstanding to stay. family were able

ACADEMY and alternative

education services

Alternative Centre of Education of Education Alternative Centre

BANFs One step beyound

and time for pupils plays is always an anxious Leaving education BANF Year 11 leavers. Connexions for the same is true in providing support for the Federation’s Reviews an important part from their Year 9 Transitional with pupils commencing age of twenty five for pupils the students meet right through to Year 10 and 11 and are given educational statements. Personal Advisor will usually the Connexions to them which regularly with the options open advice regarding be one of the following:

Can we help you?

and time for pupils plays is always an anxious Leaving education BANF Year 11 leavers. Connexions for the same is true in providing support for the Federation’s Reviews an important part from their Year 9 Transitional with pupils commencing age of twenty five for pupils the students meet right through to Year 10 and 11 and are given educational statements. Personal Advisor the Connexions regularly with the advice regarding

ACADEMY High Expectations, Support & Challenge

an electrician for been working as owned his own Martin Wilson had had sixteen of those in crisis unfolded 25 years and for as the financial business. However, having more and more business himself went 2008 he found cancelled, contractors problems; customersit became very difficult to secure was forced to close bankrupt, and finally bank. Mr Wilson a lot financing from his himself with no income and his his business, leavinghad been the main breadwinner, and of debts. Mr Wilson after their two young children to wife mainly looked part-time job was not enough her the money from and bills. cover their mortgage before, he been in this situation Mr Wilson had never for help from anyone and he ask had never had to approaching his Lodge Almoner. was anxious about that he really was in an uncertain confided in However, realising his Almoner and charities and situation he telephoned contacted the Masonic to cover him. The Almoner grant was approved an immediate emergency bill. This ensured that the mortgage the outstanding to stay. family were able


Welcome to Nigel Bowes Campus

Petersfield Campus Petersfield Road, Bournemouth BH7 6QP t. 01202 424361 f. 01202 430592 e. Tregonwell.academy.pc@bournemouth.gov.uk Nigel Bowes Campus 70 Ensbury Avenue, Bournemouth BH10 4HG t. 01202 451930 f. 01202 451931 e. Tregonwell.academy.nbc@bournemouth.gov.uk

Brian R Hooper, MA (CCC Reg), Executive Head Teacher

Ms Nicki Mitchell, BEd (Hons) Head of School

Ms Sian Thomas, BEd (Hons) Head of School

Registered company no. 07977940 Registered address: Petersfield Road, Bournemouth, Dorset BH7 6QP I Registered in England & Wales

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Nigel Bowes is part of Tregonwell Academy and is a caring learning community focused on enabling progress across all areas of development. We want everyone here to be happy and eager to come to school and strive to challenge and support everyone to do their best and get the most out of their time with us. We want to develop the skills of our young people so that they are prepared for life beyond our school. We offer a safe, nurturing environment where all pupils are treated respectfully and given the opportunity to achieve their potential. Starting a new school can be a daunting experience, but please be assured that we will do everything we can to make the transition as smooth as possible. Working closely with others, we want to help children overcome their emotional and social difficulties and to teach them how to manage their feelings so they can behave better and get on with other people more easily. A school where relationships and attitudes are positive provides an environment in which working and learning becomes an enjoyable and fulfilling experience for all. When children are provided with a fresh opportunity to learn it is fantastic to see how they embrace this new start and how quickly their self esteem grows. We want to see happy,confident children who want to learn and experience success. We welcome opportunities to work with parents and carers and encourage everyone to take an active part in the life of our school. We look forward to working with you in the future. Ms Nicki Mitchell

Head of School

www.tregonwell-academy.co.uk • t. 01202 435523

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Creativity thinking of what ‘might be’; looking at problems as opportunities

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is known and value Where every child

t: 023 80891192 e: school.admin@hardley.hants.sch.uk www.hardley.hants.sch.uk

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Students at Hardley School develop the following attributes which fit strongly with our ethos

Willing to assume a risk focus on good preparation and strategic thinking

“T he school has a happy and friendly atmosphere”

Ability to communicate having an ability to speak and present fluently

Creativity

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Confidence having faith in themselves and in their ideas; concentrating on the positives and successes Motivation developing passion, drive and a desire to succeed Self-awareness recognising their own strengths and areas for development

“Pupils thrive on the many opportunities to work together in groups”

Competitive drive a focus on task completion, using initiative and seizing opportunities

Long Lane, Holbury Southampton, SO45 2PA

Willing to work hard change is ongoing; learning from mistakes is critical

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Headteacher: Andrew Dyer BA BSc MA

Perseverance having a strong desire to overcome obstacles

“Small class sizes ,a friendly environm ent and very good teach ing”

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Client Polka Theatre, Wimbledon

11 Nov 11 – 4 Feb 12 Music and Lyrics by Charles Strouse

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Has Templeton finally met the rat of his dreams?

Gardening Tips

Mr Lurvy gives us a few tips on gardening!

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make your own Piggy nose! What you will need: 1 x Egg carton String Scissors Paint Paint brush Black pen/paint 1. Cut out one egg cup from the egg carton 2. Poke two holes into the sides of the egg cup (this is where the string will tie round)

3. Paint the outside of the egg cup pink and leave to it to dry 4. Once it’s dry either draw or paint on the black nose holes 5. Cut a piece of string that’s long enough to fit round your head 6. Slot it through the holes we made earlier and knot it. Now place it over your head and snort like Wilbur!

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Client Rose Theatre, Kingston Description Artwork for show programmes, implementing supplied creative

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2 December 2011 – 8 January 2012


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Client Hull Truck Theatre Description New design for seasonal guides for the A5 and A2 fold out ‘at a glance’. The 300 mile distance between us is dissolved by the speed and quality of service the client receives!

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Torn from their homeland, Tatao and her mother have arrived in a strange new world. Confused, lost and homesick, they set about to start a new life. Prepare for joy and sadness, laughter and tears. With surprises around every corner.

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world of us into the enclosed in William Golding’s ‘Dennis Kelly takes famously captured understands adolescent cruelty, and shows he absolutely Lord of the Flies, group panic.’ the dynamics of The Guardian Michael Billington, in 2007, this startling the National Theatre classic with young First performed at a contemporary new play is fast becoming become a core set-text on the recently students nationwide audiences and has studied by 400,000 directed by GCSE English syllabus, new Hull Truck productiona cutting-edge each year. This brand Anthony Banks features of young actors. the National Theatre’s and an exciting cast design and soundtrack by Emily Butterἀeld, (Eastenders) is joined and Elexi James Alexandrou Daniel Francis-Swaby also Tom Clegg, Rhys Jennings,to be announced. Dennis Kelly has cast Walker with further Theatre), Pulling (BBC3), (Hampstead Hero the critical acclaim written Osama and is currently receiving the Musical at the The God’s Weep (RSC) of Roald Dahl’s Matilda for his adaptation End. RSC and in the West

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Directed & Designed by Anthony Banks Composer & Sound Designer Alex Baranowski

off a million volts’ ‘The stage gives The Guardian bl**dy brilliant’ ‘Rough, ready and and Time Out BSL-interpreted songs

Tickets £10 - £18.50 Matinees Sat 3 March - 2pm Ages 14+

dialogue, include captioned All performances lthemusical.co.uk www.reasonstobecheerfu audio description.

First performed at the National Theatre in 2007, this startling new play is fast becoming a contemporary classic with young audiences and has recently become a core set-text on the GCSE English syllabus, studied by 400,000 students nationwide each year. This brand new Hull Truck production directed by the National Theatre’s Anthony Banks features a cutting-edge design and soundtrack and an exciting cast of young actors.

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WED 2 - SAT 5 I 8pm £10.00/£8.00 Two 16 year olds besotted with Madonna form a band and set out to find fame. An hilarious romp through the bubble-gum years of teenage life.

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An evening of music and anecdotes from Flanders and Swann to Kiss Me Kate.

THUR 24 & FRI 25 7.45pm £15.50

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SING-A-LONG-A GREASE

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Ever wanted to be a T-bird or a Pink Lady? Well, now is your chance with this screening of the classic film with on-screen lyrics so everyone can join in! Fancy dress is encouraged!

BALLROOM BLITZ

SPRING AWAKENING A vibrant, boisterous rock musical produced by young actors from the Northern Theatre School.

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TUES 3, 7.45pm WED 4, 2pm

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MIRIAM MARGOLYES IN DICKENS WOMEN Renowned actress Miriam Margolyes portrays Dickens best-loved characters. Created for the Dickens 2012 celebrations and part of Humber Mouth Festival.

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When her mother reveals a secret from her past, Bea travels from Yorkshire to Italy to unearth a long forgotten romance... The heat and colour of wartime Italy are brought to life by a vibrant mix of movement, music and drama. STUDIO THEATRE

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THE GIRL WITH THE IRON CLAWS Growing up isn’t easy, especially when you’re in love with a bear. Stunning puppetry, enchanting music and deft humour. Ages 8+

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LILIES ON THE LAND A delightful play charting the personal journeys of four women who sign up to become Land Girls. With songs from the period, this is a funny, moving and captivating portrait of some of Britain’s unsung heroes.

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THE ADVENTURES OF WOUND MAN AND SHIRLEY

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Shirley is a teenage boy with a girl’s name; Wound Man is an unconventional superhero. A funny and touching story about their unlikely friendship.

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Magnetic stage presence, irrepressible charm and first-class story-telling... it must be one of Canada’s top stand up exports.

Nothing beats the buzz of being in an audience, right? A performance which explores how we, the audience, interact with the stage. A show for anyone who’s ever been more interested in the audience than the show... This play contains adult material.

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THUR 2 - SAT 4 | 7.45pm £20.00

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AND A NIGHTINGALE SANG by C. P. Taylor The nostalgic story of an eccentric family waging their personal battles against the backdrop of make-do-and-mend Britain during WWII.

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THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ Follow the magical yellow brick road to Hull Truck this Christmas. Lost in a strange land, Dorothy and her faithful dog Toto need your help to find their way back to Hull. Experience the enchanting land of Oz, brought to life by amazing new songs and with a whole heap of magic!

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Brave, witty and as sharp as Sex and the City - bring your mum, your best friend, or even your granny - the ultimate girls night out!

From the producers of Street Scene, a provocative new musical work about extremism.

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CITY OF LIGHT by Morgan Sproxton

Hull Truck’s first ever Community Play - written for and starring the extraordinary people of Hull! Follow the fortunes of Bert and Rose, from the moment they meet at Hull Fair in 1935, to the day Bert went back to the Fair - to look for his lost love. Set amid the colour, light and romance of the one event in Hull bigger than Christmas: Hull Fair.

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ALBERT LEE AND HOGAN’S HEROES

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HULL JAZZ FESTIVAL 2012 20th ANNIVERSARY! 4 FOR £10

Hull Jazz Festival – Featuring some of the biggest names in Jazz. For full festival programme see www.hulljazzfestival.co.uk

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Left – Right: Natalie Abrahami Associate Artist, Morgan Sproxton Creative Associate for Young People, Tom Wells Associate Playwright, Andrew Smaje Chief Executive and Kate Denby Producer

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ull Truck Theatre was formed with a promise to make real theatre for real people. Forty years later that promise is stronger than ever. You’ll see it right across our new season.

Families - large and small, living together or apart - we all have them. The superb play Roots shows that we will do anything to avoid becoming like our parents. In the critically acclaimed production Mary Shelley, the famous writer of Frankenstein breaks her father’s heart by running away from home to be with the man she loves. Home is where the heart is and our heart is in Hull. This summer, we bring an event bigger than Christmas to the stage - Hull Fair. Our community play City of Light is written and performed by the extraordinary people of Hull. And laugh out loud comedy Ballroom Blitz (by Hull playwright Dave Windass) salsas onto our stage with sequins and glitter balls galore. Nationwide, 70,000 people will see Hull Truck’s productions this summer as we hit the road with two great tours. Alan Bennett’s The Lady in the Van and DNA by 2012 Olivier Award winner Dennis Kelly, will tour to 35 venues over 27 weeks. The Hull Truck creative family is growing. Tom Wells is our new Associate Playwright and Natalie Abrahami is our new Associate Artist. Tom is Hull born and bred and has just been named the UK’s Most Promising Playwright by the Critics Circle. Natalie has taken Hull to her heart, directing A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Yerma for Hull Truck last year. Kate Denby is our new Producer and also joins us from the Gate Theatre. They will be joining our Creative Associate for Young People, Hull playwright Morgan Sproxton, to help me in creating the programme of fabulous plays Hull Truck produces. We hope this new season gives you inspiring, emotional experiences you’ll want to share as well as brilliant, no-nonsense, great nights out. Andrew Smaje

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BENCHMARKS II - AFLOAT Five years on from the Hull floods we set sail in a story of survival, forgiveness and friendship.

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Explosive high energy performances fusing contemporary dance with breakdance.

(Matinee THUR 21, 2.30pm)

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A true story set in a flat-pack universe bursting with violence, chaos and more characters than you can throw a meatball at.

FRI 18 - SAT 19 £10.00/£8.00

Tickets £7.50

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RIOT

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A young couple re-write the language of love in this poetic, explosive and viciously funny exploration of love in the face of catastrophe.

WED 1 – SAT 4 AUGUST | 8pm

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FRI 29 - SAT 30

by Ivan Viripaev | 9pm

TENDER NAPALM by Philip Ridley

Wednesday 16 May 6pm SHOT AT DAWN by James Dunn Tickets £7.50 Wednesday 13 June 6pm THE GAUL by Janet Plater Tickets £10.00

Sharon runs a dance school. Trev’s a builder with two left feet and one daft son. Is this finally the break that they’ve both been looking for? With dancing to take the breath away and a collection of unforgettable characters, Ballroom Blitz is an hilarious non-stop comedy with style!

Look out for a converted 1960’s caravan in Hull city centre on Mon 11 - Fri 16 June. It’ll trade sweets for knowledge that will be recorded in the The Big Book of Everything We Know which will then be read and performed in the Studio on Fri 15 and Sat 16. From the creators of Mapping the City.

(Matinee SAT 2.30pm)

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Script-in-hand readings of brand new plays from the region’s most exciting playwrights. Enjoy the play with a pie and a pint (or soft drink!)

by Dave Windass

STUDIO THEATRE

£5.00

THE KNOWLEDGE EMPORIUM

JUNE

Love and death, loyalty and betrayal, truth and fiction, hope and despair this beguiling new comedy takes us through a hall of emotional mirrors.

Over two nights, Hull Truck’s Act III Drama group perform their own specially created mini dramas.

NAPOLI

WED 30 - SAT 2 JUNE 8pm (Matinee SAT 2.30pm) £10.00/£8.00

MON 11 - FRI 15

ILLUSIONS

A startling play by one of the most remarkable and controversial playwrights of the last 20 years.

£12.00-£17.50

MAY

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BUDDY HOLLY’S WINTER DANCE PARTY

PLAYWRITE SHOWCASE

SOMETHING I PREPARED EARLIER

Spend an intimate evening with the award winning writer of The Psychopath Test.

MAY

Daughter of Mary Wollstonecraft. Lover of the poet Shelley. Author of Frankenstein...A story of love and heart-breaking loss between a father and his daughter.

NICHOLA MCAULIFFE & STEFAN BEDNARCZYK IN

£12.00

MAY

THUR 10 - SAT 12

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MARK STEEL

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Britain’s top satirical impressionist returns to the live stage.

MAY

Families. Who’d have them?

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RORY BREMNER

ALFIE MOORE I PREDICT A RIOT Humberside’s very own standup policeman and star of ITV1’s Show Me The Funny.

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TUES 8 I 7.45pm £16.50

LIKE A VIRGIN by Gordon Steel

A play about what it was like to be young, romantic and female in Britain during the late 1950s and how we do everything we can to avoid being like our parents. A vibrant, funny and instantly recognisable portrait of family life.

• ROOTS • NAPOLI • LILIES ON THE LAND • BALLROOM BLITZ • AUDIENCE • CITY OF LIGHT

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Hull Truck Theatre presents The World Première of

BALLROOM BLITZ by Dave Windass Directed by Conrad Nelson ‘Windass’ colourful script wrought genuine belly laughs from the audience’ Hull Daily Mail (on Kicked into Touch)

Tickets Tuesday - Friday £15.00 Saturday £17.50 Matinees £12.00 Concessions £3.00 off (excluding matinees)

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You think the Argentine Tango is a can of pop from South America and that the only thing you need for a Salsa is a bag of nachos? Imagine how Sharon Trod feels. Once she won awards for her Botafogo and her whisk; now she’s teaching the helpless and the hopeless in order to pay the rent! All she needs is a break... ... and that’s where Trev comes in. A builder with two left feet and one daft son, Trev is hoping that dancing might help his lad regain lost confidence. But as the glitter ball turns and the competitive couples to take the floor, maybe they’ll all get more than they bargained for... With dancing to take the breath away and a collection of unforgettable characters, Ballroom Blitz is an hilarious non-stop comedy with style! From the writer of On a Shout, Sully and Kicked into Touch and directed by Northern Broadsides’ Conrad Nelson.

AUGUST/SEPTEMBER

FRI 24 AUG - SAT 8 SEPT I 7.45pm

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Hull Truck Theatre presents The World Première of

Hull Truck’s first ever Community Play - written for and starring the extraordinary people of Hull! An epic play set amid the colour, light and romance of Hull Fair

by Morgan Sproxton Directed by Mark Rees Associate Director Andy Pearson Music by Bernie Laverick

Follow the fortunes of Bert and Rose, from the moment they meet at Hull Fair in 1935, to the day Bert went back to the Fair - to look for his lost love. Bert’s a Hull lad, born and raised, and he lives for that magical week in October. There he meets beautiful Rose, and behind the carousel, they make a promise to one another. But it’s 1935, the world is on the brink of massive changes ... will their love survive through the years?

Tickets Wednesday - Friday £15.00 Saturday £17.50 Matinee £12.00 Concession £3.00 off

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Hull Truck Theatre presents The Octagon Theatre Bolton production of

THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ Adapted from the book by L. Frank Baum Directed by Elizabeth Newman Original music and songs by Barbara Hockaday

Tickets £12.00 - £17.50

Follow the magical yellow brick road to Hull Truck this Christmas. Lost in a strange land, Dorothy and her faithful dog Toto need your help to find their way back to Hull! Together with her new friends the Scarecrow, Tin Man and the cowardly Lion, Dorothy heads for the Emerald City. Will they be able to find the heart, courage and brains to defeat the Wicked Witch? Will they find the Great Oz – a wizard with the power to make dreams come true? Experience the enchanting land of Oz, brought to life by amazing new songs and with a whole heap of magic!

‘Brilliantly executed glitz and glamour’ The Stage

Don’t miss out on this fun festive treat for children and grown-ups alike.

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Starring Bridget Christie in the Jersey Opera House Studio What are Tory feminists? How did Hitler choose soups in restaurants? Why isn’t there a Spielberg blockbuster about donkeys, and why did Colonel Gadaffi hate them? Bridget Christie knows. And will wear stilts. Baffling stand-up and grotesque manifestations from someone who’s been on Radio 4’s News Quiz, E4’s Cardinal Burns, Sarah Millican’s Support Group and Harry Hill’s Little Internet Show. Music by Pyotr I. Tchaikovsky With Music performed live by a Philharmonic Orchestra Swan Lake choreographed by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov Sleeping Beauty choreographed by Marius Petipa

SWAN LAKE is the compelling legend of tragic romance that tells the story of Odette, a princess turned into a swan by an evil curse. Considered by many to be one of the greatest classical ballets of all time, the choreography allows the very best dancers to show just how impressive they can be.

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SLEEPING BEAUTY is the spectacular fairy tale ballet about Princess Aurora who is granted gifts from her fairy godmothers at her christening; including honesty, beauty and generosity. The wicked fairy Carabosse interrupts the ceremony and puts a curse on the young princess; she will prick her finger and die on her sixteenth birthday. One fairy manages to minimise the curse with her gift and instead the princess falls into a deep sleep of one hundred years. Only a magical, true love kiss from a Prince can break the spell and awake our princess…

“Avant-garde Comedian of Prodigious Talent” Guardian.

Tickets Stalls: £39.50 - £45 Dress: £37.50 - £45 Upper: £29.50 - £35 Concessions: £2 off Performance Times

“True, beautiful insanity” The Sunday Times.

Swan Lake

Tue 11 & Wed 12 7.30pm

“Excellent” Telegraph.

Sleeping Beauty

Fri 14 - 7:30pm Sat 15 - 2:30pm 7:30pm

Tickets £12 Concessions: £10 Performance Time 7.45pm

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This production was originally directed in China by Cirque Du Soleil’s Guy Caron and has been theatrically reworked to appeal to audiences all ages. With over 30 amazingly multi talented and skilled performers, this marvellous 2 hour extravaganza, combines acrobatics, modern dance, martial arts, original music and many other traditional and modern Chinese elements in an amazing fantasy adventure, the next generation of Cirque du Soleil. Miss this and you will miss the most daring, breathtaking and stunning family entertainment show of the year! “Superb, stupendous, breathtaking” BOURNEMOUTH ECHO “Prepare to be amazed, prepare to be stunned, and prepare to be enthralled – but, most of all, prepare to be entertained.” WHAT’S ON STAGE

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Menace and murder in high places. When the Prime Minister drops dead from an apparent heart attack on the eve of a general election, two cabinet members who fear they need his charisma to get re-elected hire an out of work actor to replace the deceased. This dead ringer is supposed to fill in until after the election is won, but he grows to like the role until he discovers that the real PM was poisoned. This thriller plunges from early amusing fantasy into murder and dark plots.

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Laced with humour throughout, Dead Ringer is, at its heart, a Murder Mystery, and one which will keep the audience guessing right up to the moment of the explosive denouement. Top images (L-R) Chris Ellison, Tony Adams Bottom images (L-R) Keith Drinkel, Joanne Heywood

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THE MAGNIFICENT SOUND OF THE BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION COMPTON ORGAN. AN HOUR OF LIGHT MUSIC AT 1PM. Every Thursday from 5 July until 30 August.

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Every Wed - Sat - That’ll Be The Day Jethro The Autumn Wedding Fayre Lawrie McMenemy - On The Ball The Voice of Karen Carpenter Freddie Starr: Back From The Jungle Tour

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Alan Davies - Life Is Pain T-REXTASY - Children of the Revolution Tour Stephen K. Amos Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Southern Climes The Illegal Eagles Level 42 Plus Special Guests The Johnny Cash Roadshow Syd Lawrence Orchestra “Carry On Swinging” Marty Wilde’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Party An Evening With Sir Roger Moore Jason Byrne - The People’s Puppeteer An Evening of Burlesque Paul Carrack Moscow Ballet La Classique - The Nutcracker Kevin Bloody Wilson - Cop-U-Lator Greg Davies - The Back of My Mum’s Head Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Mozart Magic A Celebration of Neil Diamond

NOVEMBER 6 7 8 9 17 22 23 24 27 30

Ross Noble Kevin Bridges - ‘The Story Continues…’ The ELO Experience Magic of Motown Julian Clary - Position Vacant - Apply Within Royal Marines Christmas Spectacular Original Philly Soul Legends - The Stylistics The Sensational 60’s Experience Remember When At Christmas Mamma Mia It’s Murder!

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You can buy personalised gift vouchers at www.bic.co.uk, on the Ticketline or in person at our ticket offices.

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Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - 120th Birthday Gala

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30 AUGUST - 2 SEPTEMBER

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For an up to date list of events during your visit or stay, please either call 0845 051 1700 or pop in and see the team at the Tourist Information Centre on Westover Road. Alternatively visit www.bournemouth.co.uk for a full listing of events in the area for 2012 and 2013. Please note all events and dates are provisional and subject to change.

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Tourist Information Centre

Welcomes You!

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Bourne Free

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FridAy FAmily FiestA LOWER GARDENS, BOURNEMOUTH

On arrival to Bournemouth why not make your first stop the Tourist Information Centre. Conveniently located on Westover Road in the town centre, we pride ourselves on having the knowledge and expertise to make your visit truly unforgettable.

Tourist Information Centre Westover Road, Bournemouth BH1 2BU Open all year round T: 0845 051 1700 E: info@bournemouth.gov.uk W: www.bournemouth.co.uk Open… July & August Mon - Sat 9.30am - 5.30pm Sun 11.00am - 3.00pm (school hols only) September to October & April to June Mon - Sat 10.00am - 4.30pm Sunday - closed November to March Mon - Sat 10.30am - 4.00pm Sunday - closed

Please note that this is subject to change.

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Client Hall for Cornwall and Yvonne Arnaud Theatre Description Show leaflet and posters Venue hire guide

Martín Santangelo Director and Producer presents

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PrOgrAMME “EL CHiquErO” The Company Choreography by Martín Santangelo and the Company

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tHE COMPANy MArtiN SANtANgELO (Artistic Director) founded Noche Flamenca. He studied with Ciro, Paco Romero, El Guito, Manolete and Alejandro Granados. He has performed throughout Spain, Japan and North and South America, appearing with Maria Benitez’s Teatro Flamenco, the Lincoln Center Festival of the Arts and Paco Romero’s Ballet Espanol. He also appeared in Julie Taymor’s Juan Darien at Lincoln Center. He choreographed and performed in Eduardo Machado’s Deep Song, directed by Lynne Taylor- Corbett. He choreographed a production of Romeo and Juliet at the Denver Theatre Center. He has directed and choreographed Bodas de Sangre, The Lower Depths, La Celestina, A Streetcar Named Desire, amongst many other productions in Spain and Buenos Aires. He has collaborated with many, many artists, but his most fulfilling collaboration has been with his wife, Soledad Barrio and his two wild daughters, Gabriela and Stella. SOLEdAd BArriO (Dancer) was born in Madrid. She has appeared as soloist with Manuela Vargas, Blanca del Rey, Luisillo, El Guito, Manolete, Cristobal Reyes, and El Toleo, Ballet Espanol de Paco Romero, Festival Flamenco and many other

Original Music by Eugenio Iglesias Vocal arrangements by Manuel Gago & Emilio Florido & Miguel Rosendo

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The Mayflower can arrange drama and dance workshops to compliment most shows at The Mayflower. These workshops are either run by members of the touring company or chosen from our portfolio of professionals in the field.

Mayflower Masterclasses are high quality classes created and tailored by theatre professionals for The Mayflower.

If you would like to discuss arranging a workshop for your group, please contact talks@mayflower.org.uk or call the Box Office

Upcoming EvENtS • Welsh National Opera • Don Giovani Pre Performance Talk and Touch Tour (for visually impaired)

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• Pre Performance Talk and Post Show Discussion

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• Barber of Seville Family Workshop

• Beatrice & Benedict Pre Performance Talk

• Beatrice & Benedict Pre Performance Talk

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• The Marriage of Figaro Pre Performance Talk

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With a variety of focuses from acting skills to musical theatre to dance, the Masterclasses offer something for everyone who has a keen interest in the performing arts.

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Reaching the underserved: Zainabu’s story Zainabu lives in Sierra Leone with her husband and nine children. They’re proud of their large family and until recently, they were among the 80% of couples in this country who’d never used a modern method of contraception. Large families are common, but the risks are high. One in eight women in Sierra Leone dies during pregnancy and childbirth. Women like Zainabu are all too aware of the dangers. “I want to stop. Giving birth can be dangerous” she told us. This concern for her health, together with the financial pressures of a large family, led Zainabu to find out about family planning for the first time. “By stopping having children, we’ll be able to give all our attention to the ones we have.” Two thirds of the population of Sierra Leone live in rural areas, where access to even basic health services can be limited. Zainabu is fortunate though; each month a Marie Stopes Sierra Leone outreach team visits her village to provide access to life-changing family planning services. On one of these visits, Zainabu approached the team and they counselled her on a range of modern family planning methods, including condoms, the pill and long-acting and permanent methods. With this knowledge, she made a life-changing decision and chose a tubal ligation. The procedure took just 25 minutes and afterwards she shared her relief: “I’m very happy it’s done. It’s over now. I didn’t feel it. I’m very happy. I’m going to be fine now.” Zainabu is one of the lucky ones. Millions of women still do not have access to modern contraception and continue to die unnecessarily as a result of pregnancy and childbirth.

Millions of men and women around the globe want to plan their families. Please consider a donation to MSI-US to help us provide much needed services so that all people are able to exercise their right to have children by choice, not by chance.

You may donate via our secure server or mail your gift to our US office: MSI- US PO Box 35528 Washington, DC 20008 www.mariestopes.org/USdonors For more information, contact: msi-us@mariestopes.org Donations of any amount are welcome and will help positively impact lives. MSI-US is a U.S. registered non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and a supporting organization to Marie Stopes International. All U.S. contributions are 100% tax deductible, as allowed by law.

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Girlguiding Hampshire east Centenary Calendar These are some of the CHQ events and those being encouraged within Hampshire East... Date

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Foxlease, Trefoil Guild Day

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RHS Hampton Court Flower Show garden

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All Hampshire & IOW BIG BASH

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Senior Section visit to Kandersteg, Switzerland

31 July to 7 August 2010

Centenary Camp with a difference. Harewood house near Leeds, home of the first President Princess Mary

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Tall Ship (STS Lord Nelson alongside in Portsmouth) with and a chance to have discounted entry to Spinnaker Tower (booking through Hants East Girlguiding)

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24 hour event at Foxlease for Hants East Guides (part of Region 24 hour experience)

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Open Houses

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Bucks Fizz Reception for Guiders at Spinnaker Tower

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Girlguiding UK: Changing the World project ends

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Centenary Launch – Hants East Division events are on Sunday afternoon 6th

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An Amazing Maze launch

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Big Gig – Centenary Special

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World Thinking Day Festival (all Counties take part) with plans in Hampshire East for an international theme

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World Thinking Day – Westminster Abbey Service

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Rainbow Princess Pink and Sparkly afternoon

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Gorgeous and Golden Brownie event– sleepover weekend or a day event

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Young Women’s World Forum

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Client HMS Alliance Appeal Description We created a new logo and branding for this prestigious charity and designed brochures, adverts, banners, mailers and stationery


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Badge of HMS Alliance her motto is ‘Undivided’

An urgent programme of restoration is vital.

The new hard standing will create spectacular new access for visitors

Repair or replacement of corroded panels

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An urgent programme of restoration is vital to replace the rusted component parts, followed by the provision of facilities to ensure that a proper maintenance regime is possible. At the same time, HMS Alliance’s exterior needs to be restored to her pristine condition.

To help visitors understand life on board, the living quarters, conning tower, and casing are interesting areas, which need to be made accessible.

Creation of dry land beneath the hull

For people who don’t speak English, people with learning difficulties, children and other special groups, tailored audio tours are required.

To aid preservation and to create the access necessary for low cost maintenance, it is necessary to reclaim land underneath the submarine so that it is on dry land, using a cofferdam and backfill.

Introduction of artefacts and replicas To invoke a sense of the crewed vessel, helping to give visitors a truer sense of life on board, artefacts and replicas need to be introduced.

Provision of audio tours

Encouragement of more volunteers To facilitate the wider community becoming involved in both the interpretation of the vessel and its conservation, a volunteer co-ordinator needs to be employed.

Improvement of sound and environment The new hard standing will provide access essential to maintain the submarine

To provide dynamism and help people hard of hearing, a new sound system is needed, and a new air conditioning system is required for visitor comfort and for better conservation.

Construction of a new gallery A new gallery is required to provide an historical introduction to HMS Alliance before the tour, to display HMS Alliance artefacts that are only suitable for display on shore, and to offer a virtual tour for people who can’t go on board.

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Client Milestones, Gingerbread Description Annual Review calendars, Aspirations Report

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Tuned in For the last six months, Tina Brooks has been volunteering at our small community home on Gloucester Road North. She takes residents out to a singing group every Thursday, and they really look forward to her visits. “When I first came it was a bit scary. I wasn’t sure that I would be useful,” says Tina. Now, however, she has got to know the residents and is familiar with which songs they like and how they communicate what they are feeling. “They are lovely people,” she says, “very likeable.” In the past year, the Trust has doubled the number of volunteers in a ‘befriending’ role, enriching the experience of the people using our services. The recruitment last summer of our Volunteer Coordinator, Brenda Stanton, underlines the Trust’s commitment to the added value volunteers can bring. “I would like to see at least one volunteer in most of our homes,” she says.


Key Findings: The only way is up? The employment aspirations of single parents

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parent employment rate has increased substantially over the last decade and a half, work is by no means a guaranteed route out of poverty; the poverty rate for single parent families where the parent works part-time is around one in four (23 per cent), and around one in five (18 per cent) where the parent works full-time5. Part-time work is a particularly important source of employment for single parents, with three quarters of single parents entering work on a part-time basis6. However, though the availability and take up of flexible working practices is increasing, some forms of flexible working – especially part-time work – are still concentrated in low paid and low skilled jobs, where opportunities for progression may be limited.

A two-stage literature review to understand the existing evidence in this area, focusing on a) single parents’ work aspirations; and b) what works in employability programmes for single parents

Qualitative research with 34 single parents, through a combination of focus groups and depth interviews, to discuss our primary research questions and to identify key themes and issues around employment aspirations A quantitative survey of over 1,000 single parents to explore the key themes and to see if there were any typologies within the single parent population, based on their employment aspirations, and if so to identify their particular characteristics Interviews with 14 employers and employment support providers to understand their perspectives and to test emerging suggestions for policy and practice change.

The project has been overseen by two advisory groups: one made up of policy-makers, academics and practitioners; and one made up of single parents.

1 Office for National Statistics (2012) Lone parents with dependent children. 2 DWP (2012) Households Below Average Income: An analysis of the income distribution 1994/95 – 2010/11. 3Eg HMT (2004) Child Poverty Review; Department for Education (2011) A new approach to child poverty: tackling the causes of disadvantage and transforming families’ lives. 4ONS (2011) Working and Workless households: ONS Statistical Bulletin (Table P). 5DWP (2012) Households Below Average Income: An analysis of the income distribution 1994/95 – 2010/11. 6Sissons, P (2012) Quantitative background paper on the introduction of LPO for single parents, Work Foundation (unpublished). 7Full methodological details are contained in the full report. 8 The literature reviews are contained in the full report. We are grateful to PSI for carrying these out for us.

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Client Intech Science Centre Description New branding: leaflets, posters, adverts

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INTECH is an all weather, purpose built centre where you can actively get involved and find out about science and technology.

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You will need a day to work your way through all the 100 amazing activities.

THE ASTRIum PLANETARIum Experience the vast scale and beauty of the universe on our world-class planetarium. The massive dome screen immerses you in action, giving the sensation of floating through cosmos.

WE wish we could live here

High-contrast digital projection technology and cinema-grade sound system make this a unique experience. Dramatic, visually stunning and informative shows tackle subjects like the planets, black holes, the work of modern day astronomers and astronaut training. Full details about the shows and show times are available to www.intech-uk.com or please call 01962 863791.

dramatic, visually stunning and informative! The trustee are grateful for the support of Astrium, Europe’s leading space company. Find out more about Astrium at www.astrium.eads.net

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GROUP VISITS INTECH Science Centre is loved by kids with its hands– on exhibits and now the adults too are being amazed by the new giant Planetarium. Here you see shows about the wonders of the universe, in cinema conditions with high standards of sound and image.

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The group rate applies only if your visit is a pre-booked group of 10+.Groups booking a cream tea are required to pay 10 days in advance. Cream tea payments are non-refundable. Payment should be made in one amount on the day of the visit. We accept all major credit cards (not Amex, Diners or American Express). Cheques should be made payable to INTECH. Cash accepted but not euros.

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Located on two open-plan exhibition floors, the Centre features 100 handson interactive exhibits that are both fun and educational. The range of activities is wide - from operating cranes to building an arch bridge, composing electronic music to creating Braille messages. It’s all about having a go and finding the answers for yourself.

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INCLudES • A Planetarium show at 2pm and admission to the Science Centre. The Group Leader can select the show of choice at the time of booking • Café and shop • Free coach/car parking • driver has free refreshment in the café • Option of adding a cream tea at an additional £4.75 per person

SCIENCE Of SPORT

A sport activity zone full of unusual interactive exhibits. In ‘Push the Limits’ both adults and children will be able to get involved in such activities as moving a ball by your brainwaves to illustrate concentration, a rowing race simulator, wheelchair basketball and be an outside TV broadcaster from the stadium.

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Let’s take a tour around the zone. Above the archway entrance, flanked with banners, is a high-jumper clearing the bar at the actual height of the world record. A staggering 2.45

metres Then you are at liberty to visit any of the exhibits in whatever order you want. The rowing race simulator has two rowing machines of the type you see in a top gym. In front of you are video screens showing rowers on the water waiting to start a race. The computer will track your performance against the other rower and will simulate you racing on a video screen just like real race. It will show you pulling ahead or slipping back. Try harder! The rowing machines can be cranked for a child or an adult, so it can be son against mum or brother against sister! Try something less strenuous now; in fact you need to be completely calm for

this -‘Mind Ball’. This is a game about concentration and being focused. Two players sit down at a table on which there are two little goals joined by a strip on which sits a ball. Your object is to move the ball into the opponent’s net with just your concentration. This is achieved by putting on a special headband which will monitor your brainwaves. The cloth band is linked to a computer which will turn your brainwaves into a magnetic force to move the ball. So a child can take on a grandparent or a sibling. When a sportsperson is in the stadium with tens of thousands of people watching, they must not be distracted.They must be focused. Back to more activity. The ‘Active Wall’ will test your reaction time. The coloured squares will randomly light up and you have got to touch them as soon as you can. Lightning reactions are essential in many sports like tennis, table tennis, cricket, boxing, squash and the martial arts. There will also be an accessible table top version of the ‘Active

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INTECH creates new sports zone New for Easter will be a handson, interactive sports zone at the INTECH Science Centre, near Winchester. The popular family destination, well-known for its hands-on science exhibits and spectacular planetarium, will feature 14 unique new activities on a sports theme.

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Wall’ for visitors in wheelchairs. Speaking of which, there is the great activity of wheelchair basketball using the specially designed chairs as used in the Paralympics Games. These are incredibly light and manoeuvrable. The activity is to get into the wheelchair, start the electronic stop-clock, manoeuvre down a route, shoot the ball into the net from the chair and race back along the course. Stop the clock. It is not as easy as it sounds! Other activities include setting up a ball spin machine to fire a curling ball around cut-out defenders in front of a goal mouth. Are you another David Beckham? Kicking a ball is quite a complicated action for the human body and the ‘Flex Your Muscles’ activity will involve setting up a mechanical leg with all the necessary different instructions before you activate the kick. The human body features again in the touchscreen activity of ‘Design an Athlete’. This demonstrates that certain body shapes suit certain sports. The ’Balance Board’ activity will test if you’re a natural surfer.

The final activities are ‘Jump Height’ where a high speed camera will measure the height of your standing jump, show you the slow motion replay and predict your speed in a 10 metre sprint. You will find out how the two activities are connected. Now you can test that predicted time by running on the 10 metre track. A camera will photograph you running and post your photo and sprint time on a leader board. There is even a podium with a stadium backdrop where you can have your photo taken by friends and family. If activity is not your best skill why not try being a television reporter. You can make a report from within the studio set and your image will be superimposed into a stadium setting. See your report on the monitor screens. ‘Push the Limits – the science of sport’ will open to visitors on 22 March and is free after admission to the Centre. The INTECH Science Centre has over 80 hands-on activities. You can build things,

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turn handles, pull ropes, push buttons, operate cranes, see the hot spots within your body, set up a wind tunnel test and so on and so on. Kids love it and the adults get involved too. A shared family activity. The Planetarium is the largest in the U.K. and has a range of stunning shows for all ages and interests. Think of it as a giant cinema with the 15 metre screen above you. The sensation is created of seemingly floating through the universe. See website for details about the shows and their show times. Seats cannot be booked in advance and usually all admissions can be handled. The only time of sell-out seats can be on wet days in school holiday week days. Our advice is to arrive early (10-10:30am). INTECH is open every day! 10am – 4pm. See website for full details.

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Client Individual Holidays, Carnival Cruise

Spa in Cyprus

Description Travel brochures

Golf in Cyprus The challenging courses and year round warm climate of the island provides year round playing opportunities for golfing guests to Cyprus. With spectacular views over the Mediterranean and dotted with native olive trees, the course is built on two plateaux separated by a dramatic ravine, the Aphrodite Hills Resort Golf Course, designed by Cabell B. Robinson, has for a number of years now has been the premier golf course on the island and is conveniently located by the InterContinental Aphrodite Hills Hotel. The Elea Golf Course, designed by Nick Faldo, has recently

joined the list of excellent courses. The 18-hole layout sits on a striking location above the shimmering Mediterranean Sea. It has been meticulously crafted through rolling countryside, and features imposing weathered outcrops of limestone and mature carob and olive trees that offer a unique character across the course. In addition there are several other courses including; Secret Valley Golf Course, set in scenic hills surrounded by mature trees and dramatic rock formations offering panoramic views; Minthis Hills Golf Club is set amongst the orchards and vineyards of a 12th

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century monastery, it was recently been renovated to further improve its golfing challenges, by Mackenzie and Ebert. Individual Holidays offer reduced green fees at many of the courses mentioned as well as golf special offers. We are also happy to help arrange tee off times at any course on the island (subject to availability) as well as transfers to and from courses. Additionally we offer FREE carriage of golf bags on all flight inclusive packages (subject to certain conditions).

Individual Holidays

In today’s hectic world, where we are constantly under pressure, it’s great to find luxury places where we can pamper our body and soul and relieve the stresses of everyday life. Indulge your senses at one of the luxurious spas in Cyprus, and spoil yourself with the numerous traditional or exotic treatments. The hotels we have chosen all offer Spa services, but there are some truly great ones amongst these. The Anassa is the height of luxury and its Thalassa Spa offers 18 treatment rooms in the style of a Roman luxury health retreat. The Amathus Limassol’s Spa and Wellness Centre is recognised as a Leading Spa with 14 treatment rooms, each with a personality and a Mens World treatment area. Le Meridien’s award winning Le Spa features 34 treatment rooms. The Columbia Resort Spa and its five treatment rooms were voted the Meditteranean’s Leading Spa Resort in 2008 and 2009. The Thalassa’s Anagenisis Spa was the first holistic spa in Cyprus, it features treatments inspired by the four corners of the earth. The AlmyraSpa at the Almyra is an adult only spa that has 9 treatment rooms of which 6 are standard treatment rooms and three are spa suites. The Elysium Opium Health Spa is a haven of peace and tranquillity. The Four Seasons hotel has an enchanting Shiseido Spa facility featuring Shiseido and Thalasso treatments offered within 10 treatment rooms. Aphrodite Hills offers the Greco-Roman Retreat Spa has an expert team with a stunning eternity pool and exceptional views, juice bar and fragrant courtyards for relaxation.

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a delightful blend of old and new is the hallmark of this hotel. the Hotel tres combines, in an aesthetically pleasing way, the remnants of an exterior structure from a 16th century palace and a new modern structure. the interior of the hotel is geared to comfort and is very modern in decor. this hotel is superbly situated in the heart of Palma’s old town and guests will enjoy the view from their roof top terrace over to the cathedral – an unforgettable sight of the island. the hotel has no restaurant but you will find many within walking distance of the hotel. the Hotel tres Bar lounge is a

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art galleries are plentiful - with the Fundacion la Caixa housing the premier collection of 20th century art on the island. also worth a visit is es Balaurd, Palma’s Contemporary and Modern art Museum, a new building located on the sea front within the old seafront walls.

Palma’s most famous landmark is the le seu Cathedral. a visit would not be complete without exploring this imposing masterpiece of Gothic engineering. take time also to meander through the old town, a maze of narrow, cobbled streets with mansions and palaces of former rich notables. Many of the buildings have been renovated and put to other uses, but it is still possible to access delightful courtyards and discover buildings designed by Gaudi or one of his pupils. the arab baths, which date from the 10th century, and the almudaina Palace, an ancient fort from the 14th century used by Moorish governors, offer insights into other eras of the island’s history.

Food enthusiasts can enjoy Mallorca’s delicacies in some of the island’s best restaurants and tapas bars. Mercat olivar, the fruit, flowers and fish market is also worth a visit to purchase authentic Mallorcan produce - meats and cheeses to local olives. shopping is as much a spanish passion as it is for the British and Palma has many boutiques and stores offering a choice of international brands. additionally many locally made craft goods, including glass objects, ceramics, leather, pearls, fabrics and embroidery can be bought.

trendy spot for a drink before going out at night or relax in the courtyard with one of the hotels cocktails or local and international wines. Facilities available include a splash pool, sauna and sun beds located on the teak decked roof terrace. all bedrooms are very well proportioned with modern amenities. all standard doubles have a king sized bed, air-conditioning with minibar, satellite tV, dVd, Cd, hair dryer, internet access (some rooms have Wi-fi) and the signature roll away table distinctive to Hotel tres. the bathrooms are modern in style featuring glass, marble and chrome. Please note that not all rooms have baths, please be sure to request on booking in order to guarantee one.

Palma really is a city with something for most people.

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For the beauty of its beaches the Caribbean is unequalled – including the endless swathe of white sand that is Holland America’s awardwinning private island, Half Moon Cay, only 2% of which is developed. Longer cruises perfectly suit the sensual, slow rhythm of the southern Caribbean, including some exotic, less visited ports, Then imagine cocktails on deck – or perhaps on your private balcony while the sun sets on yet another perfect Caribbean day.

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Southampton’s only pay and play golf course has undergone a few changes over the last couple of months, now for the biggest change of all. The name!

September was a busy month for us since coming to Southampton. At the start of the month we celebrated the 75th Anniversary of the Golf Course with a hampshire PGa Pro-am. The event was the first Pro-Am at the course since the 1970’s and featured 20 teams each playing with a PGA Professional. The individual event was won by Romsey Professional James Pitcher who was the only player to shoot under par with a two under score of 67. James was also involved in the winning team, which contained Mark Bulley, Tony Frost & Martin Boulton all of whom play at Romsey. Following the success of the

For many years the facility has been known as Southampton Municipal Golf Course, leading to the abbreviated name used by many of ‘the muni’. Despite this affectionate term, it has long been felt by many associated with the facility that it is a fantastic, established, challenging layout that does not in any way give the appearance of a municipal course. In short this name does not do the course justice. From January 1st, the Golf Course will be known as Southampton City Golf Course, highlighting its association with Southampton and the exciting, diverse and progressive city that it has become.

courseplans Over the coming months it is planned that work will take place on the course to improve its winter playability. During the next month we will be doing the following: •

Complete autumn maintenance program on the course

Drain down irrigation system

Prepare winter mats. We have now purchased new winter mats for both the 18 hole and 9 hole course. Which will be put into place for the winter

Spray the course with a worm suppressant. This does not kill the worms but acts purely as an irritation and keeps them away from the key areas of the course

Reduce mowing frequency as the growing season comes to a close

Greens will be verti-drained and top dressed

Tees will be verti-drained and top dressed

Some drainage work will commence in the valley running from the 2nd hole and 8th hole of the 18 hole course

Start leaf blowing and collecting

Planting spring bulbs in preparation for the New Year

Fairways will be aerated

We have purchased a dry range cover to assist with winter lessons & practice If you have any questions about other future plans for the course then please come and speak with a member of our booking team.

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Pro-Am, we also hosted the Southampton Seniors Open, which again was blessed with brilliant sunshine throughout. There were 143 competitors taking part in the day and great credit should go to David Humphries of the Seniors Section for his terrific organisation of the event. The overall winner was Alan Bray of Southampton Golf Club who had a terrific score of 42 points.

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Following the arrival of Mytime Active, significant investment has been made to help improve the presentation of the golf course and prepare the course for the winter months. The machines include a top dresser, new pedestrian mowers, a new semi rough mower and a new greens mower with grooves. There will also be a new verti drain and verti core machine, along with a new tractor to operate both. Under previous management, machinery was shared with colleagues within other departments at the City Council, so it is envisaged that owning this machinery will provide the greens team the flexibility to carry out work at the times that will allow for the maximum benefit, rather than when the correct equipment is available for use. This is especially beneficial as much of the work done by the team is subject to the weather and can be very changeable.

Despite the pro shop not currently being in operation, we have now improved supplier relationships and are currently supplying a number of golfing accessories. We also have the following special offers:

Snake eyes Cabretta Leather Gloves £10 each, or £16 for 2 Top Flite Strata TL2 Balls £4 for a sleeve of three or £12 a dozen Srixon Ladies Balls £3 for a sleeve of three, or £10 a dozen Get your clubs ready for the new season with our re-gripping special. Multi compound grips £4 per grip or £40 for a set of 12 clubs We also have the ability to source clubs and bags from our other sites, so please contact our staff if you are looking for a bargain or even want to compare prices.

winterspecials Keep your game sharp through the winter with our loyalty voucher. Mytime Active will be offering a Winter Loyalty Card to green fee payers who play between mid October and the end of February. If you are able to play 8 times, your next round will be on us! The offer applies only to 18 and 9 hole green fee customers. To register for your loyalty card, please visit our website. For Christmas our professional Matt Robbins will also be selling lesson gift vouchers, 4 for the price of 3, half hour lessons, a saving of £20. Put them on your Christmas list to Santa! For help with your game call me on 07825 752527 or email mrobbins796@btinternet.com

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To cater for the differing tastes of Island visitors, Wightlink has produced a range of free themed booklets and online guides.These include:

Wight History Trail: A 33-stop trail around the living history of the Isle of Wight, from pre-history to the modern era. Celebrating the Island’s rich and varied past, the guide focuses on the best known attractions, including Osborne House and Carisbrooke Castle, as well as quirky folklore.

Wight rover: Day return travel from Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde Pier Head or Lymington to Yarmouth and unlimited Bus Rover travel for the day on Southern Vectis buses.

Wight Safaris (coming soon): The eight adventure hikes showcased in Wightlink’s latest booklet are walks in the wild with a purpose. Each one offers the opportunity to explore the Isle of Wight’s rural beauty, often in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and spot rare flora and fauna or discover the homes of famous Victorian celebrities and the Island’s heritage landmarks.

From Portsmouth Harbour (includes Island Line train from Ryde Pier Head to Ryde Esplanade): Adult £21.00, Child £10.50, Family £42.00 (2 adults and up to 3 children).

Secret Wight: Designed specifically for adventurous families, Secret Wight features a range of fresh air challenges for parents and children to conquer together on a choice of 10 different itineraries.The booklet spotlights parts of the Isle of Wight known to locals, away from the well-trodden tourist path.

From Lymington: Adult £19.00, Child £9.50, Family £38.00 (2 adults and up to 3 children).

Wight World 2011 Great Days Out on the Isle of Wight

Easy Peasy Pedalling: A collection of six easy routes, designed with families and leisure cyclists in mind. Ranging from five to eight miles in length, the rides make full use of the Island’s extensive bike trails and are routed through nature reserves, past river estuaries and around Parkhurst Forest, home to the red squirrel.

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steam liner: Combining day return catamaran travel from Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde Pier Head and unlimited travel on Island Line trains with a ticket for the award-winning Isle of Wight Steam Railway. Adult £21.00, Child £10.50 – supplements may apply for Special Events at the IOW Steam Railway. Island express: Day return catamaran travel from Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde Pier Head and unlimited Day Rover travel on Island Line. Adult £16.50, Child £8.20, Family £37.00 (2 adults and up to 3 children).

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life-threatening hazard to mariners straying off course, Bembridge Ledge in is also the busy epicentrethe far east of the Isle of Wight creatures and a breeding of life for an array of curious ground for some of the worldly marine algae most otheryou could ever hope to see.

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6. Turn left when you meet the main road and follow this road for ½ mile. 7. Turn left at the signs for Swainston Manor Hotel and follow the track, keeping straight ahead after a short time to avoid the hotel driveway. Follow this track through woods and farmland until you reach the main Yarmouth to Newport road. 8. Cross over the road and follow the track past the dairy farm and through the woods, crossing the Clamerkin Brook.

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Start at the car park in Newtown and turn right past the old Town Hall. Cross the stone bridge and follow the lane down to the T junction. 1. Turn right and follow the road until you meet the busy A3054 Yarmouth to Newport road. 2. Turn left along this road for a short while, (take care – it can be busy). 3. Take the first turning right up Elm Lane. 4. Turn left after 1 mile at the crossroads, towards Five Houses. 5. Turn right at Five Houses into Pump Lane, which has two gates along it, making it traffic free.

Wight Taste Trail: A food and drink route across the Isle of Wight, packed with local food champions.There are 18 stops, including The Garlic Farm and Farmer Jack’s, which demonstrate why the Island is one of the UK’s leading regional food centres. The pick of the crop

tracks which may be muddy.

9. Turn left into Colemans Lane and left again at the triangle. Follow turn the road crossing the brook again until the road sign to Newtown. 10. Turn right here and follow the road all the way around, past Walters Copse until you return to the car park.

Parking: Newtown Visitors Centre

refreshments: • The New Inn, Shalfleet is a short detour and is open for food. Children welcome. • Shalfleet also has a village shop and there is a garage just outside Shalfleet (on the route) which sells snacks and soft drinks.

Points of interest: • Newtown Nature Reserve • Newtown Old Town Hall

tourist information centre: High Street, Newport.

Green Getaways: A guide to accommodation in rural locations on the Isle of Wight, featuring a selection of hand-picked individual properties. Choose from character hotels and B&Bs, luxurious self-catering barns and back-tonature camping, including Mongolian-style yurts.

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triplelink Packages: There are two Triplelink tickets to choose from, combining Stagecoach bus travel on services serving Portsmouth, day return catamaran crossing from Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde Pier Head and Train Rover travel. Prices from £14.00 for adults and £7.00 for children. Triplelink tickets are only valid on day of purchase and must be purchased from the Stagecoach driver. Visit stagecoachbus.com/south

It’s Seaweed, of course - but at Bembridge Ledge the sheer volume of marine algae is staggering and comes in all colours, from a livid green and rich russet red to subtle pastels. See if you can spot the red Chondrus crispus, green algae Enteromorpha or the invasive brown Japanese seaweed Sargassum muticum.

six for B&B, six for larger parties in self-catering wing footpaths all around for downland walks cycle hire arranged organic gardens a haven for birds, bats, dormice

Eat Wight: A collection of imaginative recipes created by Island chefs and food specialists – including The Hambrough’s Michelin-star chef Robert Thompson – using seasonal produce found on the Wight Taste Trail.

woodburning stoves and open fires to supplement central heating home baked bread, home made jam, Fairtrade products, Isle of Wight bacon boxes for guest newspapers, composting extensive organic garden

On the door step Ancient Shorwell Church is rated one of England’s top 1,000; both Carisbrooke

Castle and the National Trust’s Mottistone Manor are close by and the south coast wilderness beaches are a short hop.

Going Green

on the Isle of Wight Great breaks in rural settings

John and Christine Harrison have devoted themselves to managing the spectacular gardens in a naturalistic way and home grown organic fruit and vegetables find their way to the breakfast table, alongside the best local produce.

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Crush the biscuits in a clean tea towel with a rolling pin. Roughly chop half the summer fruit. Mix twothirds of the crushed biscuit with the chopped fruit. In a glass, place a layer of biscuit and summer fruit mix and two scoops of ice cream. Sprinkle on some crushed biscuit and finish with fruit, a sprig of mint and a dusting of icing sugar. Calbourne Classics ice cream is available from Farmer Jack’s Farm Shop or direct from Three Gates Farm, Shalfleet (01983 531204 calbourneclassics.co.uk).

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dogged the Portsmouth-Ryde service in recent months. On a brighter note, the summer brings with it a range of events and activities that demonstrate the diversity of the Island. Quite apart from the music festivals that draw fans with all kinds of eclectic tastes to the Isle of Wight from June through to September, there are many other events that celebrate Island food and sport and which provide entertainment for families during the summer holidays. Wightlink supports all of these and you will find details of some of the best in The Link, together with news of Island initiatives that we fully endorse.

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a car and four people. Special rates are also available for motorbikes, students, teenagers and children aged 12 and under. Wightlink Marketing Manager Kerry Jackson said: “There’s no doubt that a lot of people will have seen Stevie Wonder’s performance at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee concert and will want to take advantage of the opportunity to see him play his extraordinary repertoire of hits at Bestival. We still have a limited number of tickets left but expect these to sell out very soon, so we urge fans to secure theirs soon and to reserve ferry crossings early to avoid disappointment.”

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Wightlink Supports Responsible Travel Awards

Wightlink is sponsoring a new category – Best in responsible transport - in the Virgin Holidays Responsible Tourism Awards 2012, which aim to celebrate the ‘shining stars of responsible tourism’, according to the organisers, responsibletravel.com In their nine year history, the Virgin Holidays Responsible Tourism Awards have grown to become the Oscars of the responsible tourism world and have attracted over 11,000 nominations from members of the public over the course of that time.

More Places To Stay For A Wight Break

Wightlink has teamed up with Holiday Lettings to offer visitors to its website a comprehensive range of good quality self-catering accommodation to book on the Isle of Wight. The new partnership with Holiday Lettings, which is owned by TripAdvisor, means that visitors to wightlink.co.uk have access to availability for their holiday dates at 465 holiday cottages and apartments.

Accommodation bookings can then be complemented by Wightlink ferry crossings. The holiday cottages and apartments are priced by night or by week and the minimum length of stay is indicated for all accommodation. Each property is fully illustrated and TripAdvisor ratings are given, where these are available. Wightlink E-Commerce Executive Ashli Masson said: “Holiday Lettings has a huge portfolio of high quality accommodation to offer in all areas of the Isle of Wight to suit all budgets and group sizes. It provides a very useful database of self-catering properties for our customers – with the added benefit of ratings for many of these from TripAdvisor feedback.”

Most recently Wightlink has backed the GREENback card by providing Isle of Wight card holders with 10% off foot passenger travel on its three ferry routes. Purchases help the Eco Island Partnership’s goal to make the Island more environmentally friendly. Their initiatives have included the installation of solar panels and airsource heat pumps in Island social housing while future plans include the installation of renewable energy ‘smart meters’.

For more information on the Isle of Wight properties available through Holiday Lettings and LateRooms, visit wightlink.co.uk

A Platform For Success to make music. “Platform One is one of the brightest, futuristic looking schools I’ve ever seen and is a truly inspiring educational establishment that is firing out new musical talent at a rate of knots. I’m a huge fan!”

Awards founder and responsibletravel. com Managing Director Justin Francis said: “The tourism industry is polarising between those that actively support communities and conservation and the silent majority who do not. With each passing year tourists, local communities and destination managers are pushing harder for responsible tourism. Our job is to find and celebrate the best of the best. The winners are the guiding light for the industry and hotly in demand by tourists.” With its own long track record in supporting sustainable tourism, both through its ferry operation and in backing Island initiatives, Wightlink is currently working towards achieving a Gold Award in the UK Green Business Scheme having already secured the Silver Award. This involved environmental audits of its terminal sites and the development of a detailed action plan to engage customer and staff on green issues. Eco maps of its terminals have been completed and a programme is currently being pursued to improve energy and waste management.

Self-catering accommodation available through Holiday Lettings complements the hotel stays that have been available to Wightlink customers through LateRooms for the past two and a half years. Also featured on the Wightlink website, LateRooms can find last minute hotel rooms on the Isle of Wight, searching by location and date for accommodation that best suits their budget and individual requirements.

Another initiative by Platform One to keep links strong with the music industry are its weekly seminars that highlight potential career pathways and keep options realistic for aspiring musicians.

In the last issue of The Link we reported that students from Platform One would be performing at Wightlink’s Party on the Pier on 31 March. Here we present a profile of the work of this enterprising music college, which has been supported by Wightlink since Platform One was chosen to receive a Wightlink 17-seater minibus in 2002, to help the organisation to expand its operation. Platform One is an independent, not for profits music college based in Newport. Boasting an impressive twelve year track record, the college has had and continues to have a significant impact on the development of music education on the Island. The accredited courses offered by Platform One include a full time BA (Hons) in Commercial Music, a post-16 BTEC Extended Diploma in Music and a Saturday Rock School programme aimed at 12 to 16 year olds. In the current highly-competitive environment, links with the music industry are essential to the success of Platform One and a high profile

patron scheme is in operation to enable the industry to endorse the college’s work, not least with music entrepreneurs actively involved with events on the Isle of Wight. Platform One has had a significant involvement in the Isle of Wight Festival since its resurrection in 2002 and Solo Agency’s John Giddings, who organises the Isle of Wight Festival, is a strong and active supporter. “I am very proud to be a patron of Platform One. I think they do an incredible job of preparing young musicians for the reality of the music industry. I like helping people and my work with Platform One feels like the right thing to do. They have integrity and they are good at what they do.” The college is also involved with Bestival, another high profile event that provides a true indication of the Island’s emerging music industry. Bestival’s Curator and BBC Radio One Presenter Rob da Bank is another patron of Platform One and is committed to supporting opportunities for the school

Wightlink supports those industry seminars, which take place every Friday. David Pontin, Platform One Director, underlines the importance of this on-going relationship: “As well as supporting the seminars, Wightlink sponsors residential tours and mainland-based gigs that we arrange throughout the year. They have been really committed in supporting young Island-based musicians over the years and, without that help, we would not be able to deliver the opportunities that we do.” Platform One is proud of the role it plays within education on the Isle of Wight. David Pontin added: “The Island provides a working environment that is full of opportunities for Platform One graduates. Many have settled on the Island because it is an incredible place to work and continue to contribute to the cultural and financial economy.” Despite the current economic climate, Pontin believes that there are still plenty of opportunities for skilled practitioners to succeed in the music industry. “Like any industry you have to be talented, dedicated, hard working and professional at all times. In this environment, we encourage our students to be entrepreneurs and to find their own routes to success.” For more information on Platform One, its work and courses visit info@platformone.org

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Client Waverley Borough Council Description New branding and collateral for recycling scheme, quarterly newsletter

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The recycling story In April we launched our new recycling and household rubbish collection service. The response to the new service has been brilliant with recycling rates increasing from around 40 per cent under the old system to over 70 per cent in the first few weeks of the new service. Two of the questions we have been repeatedly asked are ‘Why do I no longer have to sort my recycling – are you really recycling it?’ Firstly, thank you to everybody who used to sort their waste using the old system. The good news is that because of major technological developments within the waste industry, you can now put everything into one bin and it will be sorted by machinery. We hope that the convenience of having just one recycling bin and the increase in the variety of materials that can be recycled will see us continuing to reach high levels of recycling and a reduction in the amount of rubbish that ends up being buried in the ground at landfill.

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Glass bottles any colour

For more information visit: www.waverley.gov.uk/recycling or call 01483 523524

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Silver foil and foil containers

Tetra Pak drink and food cartons

Hard plastic such as meat trays, yoghurt pots, spread containers

Catalogues and telephone directories

Greetings cards

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• Pyrex • Broken glass • Light bulbs • Kitchenware • Wet paper

• Kitchen paper or tissue • Batteries • Textiles and shoes • Plastic plant pots

To find out whether any of these items can be recycled locally please see www.waverley.gov.uk/recyclinga-z. Alternatively, please dispose of non-recyclable material in your black wheelie bin.

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Client Warings Group Description New design and icons for ‘Work Right Target Zero’ campaign, reference cards, posters, sustainability report

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We aim to become a regional leader by incorporating sustainability throughout the design, construction and operational processes and by minimising our impact.

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Our environment strategy has five pillars through which we aim to achieve: • zero carbon • zero impact • zero waste • increase ecomaterial use • raise our profile

• Ensure that our business fully respects the environment

89% of waste

diverted from landfill

Reduced carbon footprint by

24% since 2008

We made excellent progress against our environmental strategy during 2011, surpassing many of our corporate targets including those set for total waste, water use and recycling. We only marginally missed our construction waste target by 0.2m³ and our carbon footprint target by 0.9 tonnes/CO₂. Reducing our Carbon Footprint is an integral part of our Environmental strategy and we have made a commitment to be Carbon Neutral by 2015. Since 2008 we have reduced our Carbon Footprint (CO₂ eq) emissions (Scopes 1 & 2) by 24%. To achieve this we have: •

Reduced vehicle emissions by utilising video conferencing and eco drive training Provided staff with financial incentives to choose low emission vehicles monitored consumptions and measured Carbon Footprint

Through our desire and innovative approaches, we are able to deliver to our Clients successful projects with notable environmental benefits. Within our buildings, this has included low carbon technologies and energy saving initiatives such as ground source heat pumps and photovoltaic cells, combined heat and power solutions. In addition, through examining the orientation of the building, we have maximised passive solutions

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Modular Construction reduces our Environmental Impact such as solar shading, natural daylight and ventilation. Effective management of waste is an integral part of our business. We ensure waste is prevented and minimised where possible at the design and preconstruction project phases. On site residual waste is disposed as high up the waste hierarchy as possible. Warings are committed to WRAP’s halving Waste to landfill initiative and since 2009 we have notably exceeded this target with 89% of waste diverted from landfill in 2011. We have reduced total waste generated by our construction activities by 28% since 2009 and recycled 87.9% of the waste generated from our construction activities. We analyse the environmental risk and monitor consumptions on all of our projects to ensure that we manage our impacts and meet our corporate targets.

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2011

Ecosite is an internal award made only to sites that achieve exemplary standards in environmental site management. Operating across the entire Bouygues global network of sites, Ecosite focuses upon a commitment to 66 actions in order to reduce environmental impact, such as, waste management, biodiversity, reducing nuisances, etc. Warings have received 7 such awards to date. Our target is to achieve the Ecosite label on projects over £2m.

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Client Colt, Powrmatic Colt Australia

Description Annual Review, new brand style and data sheets

Burnside Village, Adelaide, SA Colt products: Inverted Colt Proteus PR100 for screening and natural ventilation

Colt Austria Design Composite, Niedernsill Colt products: Apollo and Firelight natural ventilators

Colt UK Terminal 2, Heathrow Airport Colt products: Bespoke solar shading louvres and Universal Louvre

Colt Poland Elektrocieplownia Kozienice Colt products: Labyrinth and EuroCO natural ventilators at roof level

Colt Holland Gilde Opleidingen ROC Venray,Venray Colt products: Certified powered smoke and heat exhaust ventilators

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Construction powrmatic

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Base Assembly • Press formed and welded 1.5 mm mill finish aluminium. Side and Ends • Press formed and welded 1.5 mm mill finish aluminium. Louvre Blade Options • 1.5 mm mill finish aluminium. • 2 mm translucent double-skin polycarbonate. • Double-skin 1.5 mm aluminium with 25 mm polyurethane insulation. Louvre Blade Pivots • 6 mm diameter solid aluminium bearings in shouldered nylon66 bushes for maintenance-free operation. Louvre Blade Seals • Polypropylene brush and pile seals. Finish Options powrmatic • •

Mill finish aluminium. Polyester powder coating to any British Standard or RAL colour.

Optional Accessories • Birdguards 1.2 mm diameter galvanised wire mesh. • Security Guards 16 mm diameter mild steel bar PPC finish. • Insect Mesh Woven aluminium. • Fusible Link Sheilds • Internal Closure Pieces

Opensky is a high-efficient, attractive, low profile louvred natural ventilator which has been specifically designed for both smoke and heat exhaust and natural ventilation applications. Opensky can be roof or wall mounted for exhaust or air inlet.

Control Options Opensky is available with the following standard control options; • • • •

Electric: Pneumatic : Manual: Thermal Releases

24 V dc or 230 V ac. Air to open or Air to close. Bi-metal and manual reset bimetallic switch.

Powrmatic are able to provide a range of standard and bespoke control panels to compliment the Opensky range and suit specific project requirements.

Energy Saving Features Opensky can be supplied with both insulated louvre blades and an insulated body to assist in ensuring the building is adequately insulated. The comparative U-Values for the available louvre blades options are as follows; Louvre Specification U-Value (W/m2/Ok) 1.5 mm mill finish aluminium 6 Double-skin with 25 mm polyurethane insulation 0.56 2 mm double-skin translucent polycarbonate 1.75 Opensky can be provided with translucent polycarbonate louvre blades which provide excellent daylighting using a durable UV stabilised material. When closed, Opensky can provide a average diffused light transmission in excess of 80%, enable savings on artificial lighting. Pile weather seals are also fitted to the louvre blade edges and sides to minimise heat loss.

Installation Opensky is suitable for fixing in a wide variety of applications. The ventilator is supplied in two parts to facilitate easy installation on site, the base detail and louvre box assembly. The ventilator can be installed onto: • • •

Weathered roof upstands. Direct onto roof sheeting. Roof glazing.

A wall mounted version of Opensky is available (model OSW) for vertical applications. This can be supplied without a base detail enabling fitting into a recess to allow a installation flush with the building line. Fixing details and glazing adaptors can be provide for all models.


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